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Deepdale Podcast - 3 Daft Monkeys, Little Red Kings, Shackleton Trio, Lucy Grubb, Katie Doherty, ... September is Deepdale Festival month, so Jason interviews 8 of the artists appearing on the incredible line-up this year, and we play a sample track by each artist.

00:00 Intro music by Jess Morgan

02:50 Tim from 3 Daft Monkeys

08:51 Jason from Little Red Kings

16:17 Georgia and Aaren from The Shackleton Trio

22:09 Lucy Grubb

30:18 Katie Doherty

37:20 Chris Fox

43:38 Emma O'Reilly

51:13 Bryter Than

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Deepdale Podcast - 3 Daft Monkeys, Little Red Kings, The Shackleton Trio, Lucy Grubb, Katie Doherty, Chris Fox, Emma O'Reilly & Bryter Than - September 2021 September is Deepdale Festival month, so Jason interviews 8 of the artists appearing on the incredible line-up this year, and we play a sample track by each artist.00:00 Intro music by Jess Morgan02:50 Tim from 3 Daft Monkeys08:51 Jason from Little Red Kings16:17 Georgia and Aaren from The Shackleton Trio22:09 Lucy Grubb30:18 Katie Doherty37:20 Chris Fox43:38 Emma O'Reilly51:13 Bryter ThanEnjoy the list. For more information on Deepdale Festival please go to
On Confidence & Sensuality with Katie Doherty Thanks for listening! This week, boudoir and wedding photographer, Katie Doherty of Larousse Photo joins me to talk about confidence and sensuality. We talk about her journey to becoming a photographer, what it's like to shoot boudoir, the insecurities that everyone seems to have in common, and the best ways to lean into our own confidence, empowerment, and relaxation. We also dive into the stigma that comes along with anything to do with sex, misconceptions people have about boudoir, and WWOOFing.

As always we concluded with the eternal question, “Are You Okay?”
But, spoiler alert… we weren’t.


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Talking Jits And Giggles EP.14 - "Met her" with Jordan-Katie Doherty Ep.14 - Our first participant from deeper south than Christchurch and our first solo female on the show! We talk about Judo and transitioning into BJJ, tearing arms off people, Bryan name drops about where he has been and met, people pulling guard and better ways to roll with goals! Hayden Wilson and Bryan Russell, black belts from Groundworx BJJ in New Zealand talkin' jits and schtuff... Just a Podcast where we talk about BJJ in NZ and around, just our opinions and thoughts, it's only banter and they are only jokes so don't get offended!  #bjj #nzbjj #blackbelt #talkingjitsandgiggles #podcast #mma #jitsforlife #scorpionsupplements #notigerkingtonight #groundworxbjj #burningneedlz #tattoolou #oldschooljiujitsu #52% #buylocalbevocal #judoplayerlife #manchester #carlsongracie #queenstown  SHOW LESS
SDH231: Learn to Let Go Parts of Your Business and Outsource with Katie Doherty What do you do when the career you always thought you wanted, doesn’t work out? How do you begin to piece your new career path together? How do you know if you’re better off going off on your own?
Hey listeners! Today we chat about that with Katie Doherty, who is the founder of La Rousse Shoppe, a resource for photographers to purchase decorative packaging and boxing materials, like La Rousse’s original product the Glass Photo Box! La Rousse originally started out as a platform for Katie to promote her wedding photography, but after not being able to find products to suit her brand’s style and aesthetic, she decided to make products of her own. Since La Rousse has continued to grow as an outlet for her creativity, and now features a blog that showcases customer’s use of their products, and a podcast that shines a light on other entrepreneurs across various industries!
Before Katie started La Rousse, was a third-grade elementary school teacher, and had grown up thinking that education and teaching was her calling. Unfortunately, once she started teaching, she became bogged down by the workload and frustrated with its lack of pay. She said she knew that those aspects were just part of what being a teacher meant, but she was surprised at how much it took over her life, and felt it had taken away her freedom and creativity.   
She wanted to feel like she was in control of her own life, and have an outlet for her artistic expression, so she decided to explore her side passion for photography. To dip her toes into professional photography, she started to teach herself how to use her DSLR camera through research and YouTube videos, began taking evening classes at a community college, and started being mentored by a friend in wedding photography. Once she felt comfortable enough in her skills, she launched her online portfolio and took the final leap of quitting her job, and moving in with her parents so she could save money, and focus on getting her business off the ground by booking wedding, travel, and child photography gigs.
As her portfolio started to grow, and she began taking her presentation more seriously, she started looking for little print boxes to give to couples after their wedding, and have for herself to present her work. As she scoured the internet for something modern, cute, and unique, she could only find clunky wooden, or linen boxes that just didn’t match her brand’s aesthetic. 
She then became inspired by entrepreneurs on the podcast, Money Pillow, who had come up with amazing ideas for products, and made their visions a reality by manufacturing and selling them. That’s when she came up with the idea for a glass photo box, and after searching high and low for a similar product, she decided to be the first one to create one! 
To get started, she first had to find a supplier and searched Alibaba, which is an e-commerce site that connects buyers to sellers from India and China. After sifting through the site for hours, she finally found a supplier that made a terrarium, which is a glass usually made for vases. He didn’t make the type of product that she needed, but he had the supplies, so she reached out to him with the dimensions of her box, and a sketch. A month later, she got a sample from him, and it was perfect! She proceeded to buy 50 more, and launched La Rousse using Shopify!
After a decent start with a few sales, her business began to sink, because she wasn’t sure how to market or reach her target audiences. So she decided to share her business and product with her friend, Phil, who was a fellow wedding photographer and he loved it. He eagerly wanted to hop on as a business partner, which Katie said helped take a lot of the pressure off of her and provided her with a confidant and mentor as she navigated through the rough waters of entrepreneurship. 
As orders start to increase, she had to move her inventory and work space to her parent’s garage, and hand packaged and detailed each order, and drove it to the post office. As business increased, even more, she had to hire some girls in her neighborhood to take over that aspect, despite her desire to oversee every little detail of the order. She had to relinquish even more control, as business continued to boom, and they had to hand their inventory over to a fulfillment center in Texas, which cut her out as a manufacturer and sent products straight to customers.
Since her brand and products have continued to skyrocket and have been featured in Allure Magazine, Lauren Conrad’s Holiday Gift Guide, as well as MSN’s 25 Holiday Gifts under $100!
Hear more of how La Rousse grew, and Katie’s story on this week’s episode!
In this episode you will…
Know how to create the solution to your problem
Be able to find suppliers for your product
Learn to let go aspects of your business and outsource
Know what to consider when picking a new space for your
84: Running an E-Commerce Business in the Wedding Industry with Katie Doherty It's a pleasure to welcome Katie Doherty from La Rousse Shoppe to the podcast today. Katie is a photographer turned e-commerce shop owner in the wedding industry and on today's show she spilling all the beans on how she got started, how she found her partner, how they've hit 6 figures and MORE! But first, here's a little more about this impressive brilliant woman: Katie Doherty is a whimsical redheaded photographer and entrepreneur, who actually started out her professional career life as an elementary school teacher, then ultimately decided working full-time for someone else was not her jam. After retiring from teaching in 2014, Katie starting building a six-figure e-commerce company from the ground up. La Rousse Shoppe sells boutique packaging products, such as glass photo boxes and USB drives, to professional photographers. It all started with Katie’s love of creating beautiful things, fueled by a desire for freedom and the ability to work from anywhere. Her favorite aspects of running La Rousse Shoppe are designing products, branding & packaging, and seeing all of the wonderful ways photographers are sharing their styled print boxes on social media. Katie and her business partner Phil are working on further automating the business by building their team and outsourcing daily tasks like shipping and fulfilling orders. The goal is to build systems and automation so that Katie and Phil can focus on expanding their product line, and, of course, enjoying a life of travel and leisure.
093: How to Automate a 6-Figure Side Hustle with Katie Doherty of La Rousse Shoppe Today we’re bringing on Wedding and Portrait Photographer, Katie Doherty of La Rousse Shoppe. She’s a service and a product based business babe. She started out as a teacher, had a passion for photography, saw a hole in the market and filled it with a 200k+ business that is as passive and automated as possible while continuously growing and expanding. In this episode Katie is sharing with us on how her dream was born, we get a peak into some of the resources and tools she uses to make it all happen and we find out more about what she actually sells. We’re super excited about what she’s spilling in this episode so keep listening. Thank you for listening! Please subscribe, rate and review The Strategy Hour Podcast on iTunes. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated. For show notes go to To download the transcript of this episode head to:
Ep. 064: Katie Doherty and Phil Van Nostrand: Diversifying Their Revenue Streams to Live Their Best Life On today's episode I'm speaking with Katie Doherty and Phil Van Nostrand of La Rousse Shoppe, a company that sells beautiful glass photo boxes. You're going to hear how the two of them took their background as long-time photographers to develop a business that, in about two years, is generating over $200,000 in sales annually. All this while taking up very little of their time. In fact, you'll be surprised to hear how many hours a week each of them are actively working on this business.... Whether or not you strive for similar results, our conversation will provide some valuable nuggets and insight on how to start designing a business and life on your terms.    To learn more and get the show notes, visit:
Meet Katy Doherty-Jewelry Designer Katy is a professional jewelry designer & she handcrafts all her own jewelry. She has  been in business for four years & currently manages twelve accounts across the country. She is passionate about nurturing all of her relationships with her  accounts so they receive the best customer service & feel part of the KD Custom Jewelry family! Her jewelry line is inspired by peace & compassion, socially conscious & always has a unique cutting edge look! She hand selects all gemstones which are of the highest quality. She truly believes by using high quality gemstones in designs the wearer benefits from all of the stones healing properties. She does her best to source metal components from made in America companies. Each piece I make has slight variations from every other piece giving my customers a one-of -kind piece of art.   She is passionate about giving back to local and global communities. She donates 10% of all of her profit to various nonprofit organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, The Humane Society, Greenpeace, Surfrider & the Boys and Girls Club. Her philosophy is to develop socially conscious jewelry that people can feel good about wearing knowing by their purchase they have helped to make the world a better place.This socially conscious  philosophy sets her apart from other jewelry designers.